16 Apr Ballot Results

We've elected 14 new Fellows.

  • William Poole, MA, DPhil. Galsworthy Fellow in English Literature, New College, Oxford (his interests cover the intellectual history of the 16th to early 18th centuries; has published widely on book and printing history and early modern science).
  • Ian Campbell, BA, MA, DPhil. Professor of Architectural History and Theory, University of Edinburgh (leading authority on the work of the architect/antiquary Pirro Ligorio and has written widely on the reception of classical architecture in N Europe).
  • Andrew John Prescott, BA, PhD. Professor of Digital Humanities, Glasgow University (interests include the history of libraries and archives, and aspects of British social history from the Peasants’ Revolt onwards; a pioneer in digitising historic materials, for example, Electronic Beowulf).
  • Lorna-Jane Richardson, BA, MA, PhD. Local Heritage Network Co-ordinator, Council for British Archaeology (leading researcher in public archaeology, on which she has published many articles).
  • Arthur Graves Credland, MBE, BSc. Retired museum curator (has made outstanding contributions to maritime history, arms and armour and to the local history of Hull and the E Riding, and has published numerous articles and books).
  • Kathryn Jones, BA, DipArtHist. Curator of Decorative Arts, Royal Collection (has been responsible for a number of Royal Collection exhibitions and has lectured and published extensively).
  • Gary Robinson, BA, MA, PhD. Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology, Bangor University (expert in the archaeology of western Britain and Ireland, particularly maritime communities between the Mesolithic and Bronze Ages, on which he has published book chapters, articles and a monograph).
  • Timothy Paul Loughton, MP, BA, PhD. Vice-Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group for Archaeology (lifelong involvement in archaeology with particular interest in Roman Britain; active on parliamentary committees relating to cultural heritage).
  • David Rundle, MA, DPhil. Lecturer, Dept of History, University of Essex (expert in the humanist tradition in Britain in the 15th and early 16th centuries and in the history of Renaissance manuscripts, on which he has published widely).
  • Christian Steer, MA, PhD. Finance Manager (has specialist knowledge of 12th-16th-century London, particularly burials; has also lectured widely on church monuments and brasses).
  • Barbara Borg, MA, PhD. Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Exeter (known for her work on mummy portraits and on Greek and Roman iconography; her latest publication is on tombs and burial customs in Rome).
  • Charles Woodburn, MA. Retired Deputy Engineer-in-Chief, Royal Engineers (expert on historical fortifications in Asia, particularly N Pakistan and Afghanistan, on which he has published and lectured extensively).
  • Jodie Lewis, BA, MA, PhD. Principal Lecturer in Archaeology, University of Worcester (has extensive experience of archaeological fieldwork, focusing on the prehistoric landscapes of western Britain, on which she has published).
  • Adrian Gascoyne, BA. Historic and Built Environment Manager, Essex County Council (has particular expertise in the management of the historic and natural environment and has published on the archaeology of Colchester and the landscape of Essex).